This tutorial explains how to get search results from Google, instead of Bing, in using the search box in Windows 10.
With many fantastic new features, Windows 10 has also brought a search box that comes integrated with the taskbar. It is used to get search results from the web and using Cortana. However, search results come from Bing in default web browser. Those who want to get search results from Google in Chrome browser using Windows 10 search box, this tutorial is handy.
To make this task possible, you need to download an extension and set Google Chrome as the default web browser.
Now let’s have a look at the steps you need to perform to perform this task.
In case you want to hide search box or show only search icon in the taskbar, you can go through this tutorial.
How to Get Search Results from Google in Google Chrome Browser using Windows 10 Search Box?
Follow these steps:
Step 1: The very first thing you have to do is make Google Chrome your default web browser. For this, go to: Settings → SYSTEM → Default apps → Web browser → set Google Chrome.
Step 2: After making Google Chrome your default web browser, you need to install a Chrome extension, named Bing2Google. This extension plays the main role, as it redirects Bing searches to Google search engine. So even if you have set Google Chrome as your default browser, you won’t get search results from Google without this extension.
Step 3: After completing the above steps, perform a search and press enter for a particular search suggestion. You will see that search results are opening in Google Chrome browser and the results are from Google.
That’s it, guys! A very simple solution to get search results from Google search engine using the search box of Windows 10.